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Sargeking

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  • July 29, 2015 at 5:40pm

    Amanda: That’s exactly right. The short and sweet Marxist catchphrase “Wage Justice” simply means that small business will either layoff workers or close shop, costing millions of jobs. As the Left bemoans that “the rich get richer” the truth is “the poor will get poorer.” That’s the “Economics 101″ paradigm the drones will never understand.

    The Left really doesn’t care about raising the minimum wage. They want massive layoffs and civil discord, pushing America into anarchy but the Drones can’t see it. They never have or will. If the Democrats achieve Amnesty for the 57 million illegal alien invaders that have flooded over our open borders, they will have a permanent underclass of voters to keep the likes of Hillary Clinton in power forever and a day.

  • July 29, 2015 at 5:30pm

    slayer: An interpretation of the Congressman’s denial about wrong doing, “I never thought I’d get caught.”

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  • [1] July 29, 2015 at 5:25pm

    From the latest article photo, Hillary is looking ever more deranged on a daily basis. She brings nothing new to the table and her election would parrot an Obama Third term, right down Marxist Party lines. I wouldn’t be surprised that in the tragic consequence of her getting elected, she would appoint Obama as “World Ambassador” and he could jaunt around the globe spending billions on never ending apology tours.

    Then selling out America time and again on the “Climate Change” hoax. The design of which is to redistribute our wealth to prop-up African dictatorships, while keeping the Democrat jackboot on the throat of the Keystone Pipeline. The one great hope for America to achieve energy independence and tens of million of new jobs.

  • July 29, 2015 at 12:34pm

    Cav: You’re right and I like the analogy that Hillary comes along with a whole train load of bad political baggage. You know, about 25 years worth?

  • [6] July 29, 2015 at 12:22pm

    Here we go again. Each new day I’m amazed how social media has one self inflicted victim after another circling the drain! Regardless of professional standing in the world, people continue to dig a grave and pull the dirt blanket over themselves. How ironic is that?

  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 12:11pm

    My inference on this topic expands beyond the current personalities and brings to memory an old Hall of Fame Quarterback; Joe Namath. He has put up a reward of $100,000 for the rescue of two missing boys who went fishing in the Atlantic and their boat was overturned and later located 70 miles offshore. That was last Friday and if they had life jackets and are floating in the water, it’s now been around five days of exposure. That being submitted, far be it for little old me to distract from the really important issue of a four game suspension in the NFL.

  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 12:01pm

    Tom: Thanks and good post. She has been a public plague in office (a terrible senator) or flying like a bat around the wings of the White House. Over-all, 25 years of accomplishing nothing except racking up millions in travel expenses.

    Every outrage from dancing all night with the girls, sopping of bottles of Dos Equis at the “Castro” in Cartagena Colombia, to outright lying and allowing four brave Americans to die at Benghazi. Even her epic fail of a book, “Hard Choices” is better named “Wrong Choices.”

  • [3] July 29, 2015 at 11:54am

    MKF: Exactly. The “gap” is precisely within the time frame of pending threat assessment. Add to that the woman who not long ago asked, “Who would you want to answer the phone in the White House at 3:00 am?”, has inadvertently proven the point; NOT HER!

  • [4] July 29, 2015 at 11:40am

    Work: Well put. PP is so condescending and arrogant they jump to a conclusion of finding weeks, if not months, before the DOJ has finished their investigation of the “Center for Medical Progress.” What’s up with that, unless “PP” has already received assurance from the DOJ that they are free and clear from prosecution and can continue their depravity with total abandon, and taxpayer funded to wit?

  • July 29, 2015 at 11:33am

    Mind: One other point. Recall awhile back the “junk technology” of the wristwatch that controlled the firing of a pistol? That concept crashed and burned because here gain everyone’s gun could simply be turned-off by the “powers that be”, or by some hacker. So why would the same “think tank” conceive a rifle with the same propensity for “control?” Are they stupid or just misinformed?

  • [1] July 29, 2015 at 11:05am

    Whip: All good points and I concur in a thumbnail evaluation. From a constitutional standing, it’s a violation to apply a retroactive restriction, especially as it regards this case of pre-owned high capacity magazines. Recall Clinton’s infamous gun ban, primarily aimed at restricting and modifying the AR-15 rifle and other guns likewise deemed?

    Well, all the other guns from before (and magazines) were “grandfathered in.” Then eventually even his Democrat ban was justifiably overturned by the next president. That was at least one good thing George W. Bush accomplished.

  • [16] July 29, 2015 at 10:53am

    Hillary thought her cover-up of the e-mails was perfect but in the shadowy world of global deceit the obvious harbinger of her own downfall eluded her Master Plan. Meaning, thousands and thousands of copies have been made and retained by the recipients of the classified e-mails. Each and every one will come to light as a vehicle of blackmail on a scale never before encountered.

    The implications are dark and ominous, almost beyond belief or description. The end run is horrifically ironic. It will be the “blackmailer” that controls “The Beast” and not her bullying posture behind the Bully Pulpit as POTUS to control everyone else.
    The evil machinations of Hillary and her hoard of sycophants chaffing at the bit for big administration appointments, have the propensity to make even the Obama Regime look almost palatable.

    Sort of like how we once thought there would never be another president worse than Jimmy Carter. Any who thought that that were wrong and any who vote for Hillary are even more so. Hillary is the “wrong” answer.

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  • July 29, 2015 at 10:36am

    Mind: My concern is that this new “junk technology” is intended to be a mandatory requirement and never an option of free choice. This hacking is a clear warning that a control freak will will nest inside an invulnerable cubicle like a prison guard in Super Max; with a finger on the red button.

    One push of this small button and the world is disarmed. The slave master will no longer have any opposition. None. His forces can then implement the continuing “Transformation.”

  • [3] July 29, 2015 at 10:22am

    California was once a strong Republican state. Reagan was their governor. Today, the state is lost. This is by Democrat design and this is what they want for the rest of the nation. The American voters have a clear choice. They will choose to live under slavery by tax crazy, control freak, self serving politicians or return to freedom, prosperity, and domestic tranquility. You never here the Dems talk about “tranquility.” They are all about chaos.

  • [3] July 29, 2015 at 10:15am

    Cav: Well put and her taste in fashion is appalling as well, with the Chairman Mao jacket/pantsuit ensembles. So ostensibly as the”first woman president” she can’t even deliver a good image with that. Furthermore, along with a few more Botox injections her face will crack even worse than Princess Nancy.

  • July 29, 2015 at 10:07am

    I don’t want their junk technology and there’s very serious inherent warning far beyond “hacking.” The underlying motive for this new “junk technology” is all about control.

    “He who has their finger on the button controls all forces.”

    Assuredly, the wrong person with the wrong motive will be that “control freak.” THAT is the sole impetus for this horrific “junk technology.”

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  • [3] July 28, 2015 at 11:50am

    Cav: You nailed it! Good post, as usual.

  • [1] July 28, 2015 at 11:47am

    run: It’s all in their head. Emotional frustration via rejection from relationships can send a woman into an eating frenzy. The only time she’s happy and satisfied is from feasting. In the immortal words of the first and foremost exercise guru, Jack LaLane, “Ice cream and candy, five seconds on the lips; a lifetime on the hips!”

  • July 28, 2015 at 11:25am

    P3P; Thanks for clearing the air. Better late than never. It’s difficult at times for even me to be 100% on every abbreviation. I try to keep them at a minimum but if I use them, it’s in direct context to my post. I always strive for effective communication and not an exercise in deductive reasoning of the obscure and opaque. Cheers!

  • July 28, 2015 at 11:19am

    Detroit: She was pretty in high school, so they say…

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